DreamHack has officially announced the dates for the Open stops
DreamHack has announced the dates for the DreamHack Open tournaments featuring $100,000 up for grabs.
During the 2018 series, we saw one of the events in Austin, Texas, but the event location has been moved to Dallas. The Dallas location will be the first tournament during the months of May and June.
Each tournament in the DreamHack Open circuit will feature eight teams, which will be based on invited teams and qualifiers.
The list of CS:GO DreamHack Open stops in 2019 is as followed:
2019 DREAMHACK OPEN STOPS
DreamHack Rio, Brazil – Apr 19 – Apr 21, 2019
DreamHack Tours, France – May 17 – May 19, 2019
DreamHack Summer, Jönköping, Sweden – Jun 15 – Jun 17, 2019
DreamHack Montreal, Canada – Sep 6 – Sep 8, 2019
DreamHack Rotterdam, Netherlands – Oct 18 – Oct 20, 2019
DreamHack Atlanta, Georgia, USA – Nov 15- Nov 17, 2019
DreamHack Winter, Jönköping, Sweden, Nov 29 – Dec 1, 2019
“DreamHack Open entering its 8th year is an exciting step for DreamHack, few esport circuits have run that long,” said Michael Van Driel, Chief Product Officer at DreamHack AB, “Visiting new locations is always our goal, and with new stops in Brazil and The Netherlands we are sure this will be a year to remember.”
Where will DreamHack Open be broadcasted?
All of the DreamHack Open events will be broadcasted directly through DreamHack’s Twitch.tv channels and digital partners. Links will be provided as we get more information.
DreamHack is all about entertainment for the digital generation. Founded in 1994 as a BYOC LAN party, DreamHack grew over 20 years to a global phenomenon as the digital festival for today’s youth, hosted throughout Europe and North America. DreamHack festivals feature multiple esports competitions, live music, exhibitions, creative competitions, LAN party, cosplay and much more. DreamHack helped pioneer esports and continues to be one of the largest global producers of esports content. DreamHack esports broadcasts reached over 375 million views and DreamHack events welcomed over 250,000 visitors in 2017.
Want more information on the event? Visit dreamhack.com.